It’s more fun than I anticipated.
I wonder how many friends I’ve lost because I make a lot of noise on Facebook posting at a reasonably steady clip? Facebook doesn’t say when you’re de-friended. Oh the humanity.
I stalk you on Facebook. OK–stalk is too strong a word. I look at people’s profiles. Please, someone tell me I’m not alone in doing this.
Most friends are ‘normal’. I also have some really strange friends. Admit it. Some of you are a little out-of-round.
I love the pictures. I can tell a lot about you by your pictures. This is the photo you chose to represent yourself. These are the people you want to be seen with!
There is a trend (more with young than old but not exclusively so) toward self shot photography. This photo is from a Facebook friend who said it was OK to post it here. She’s a perfect example.
It represents a shift in how photography is perceived. It is much more casual and more personal. Photography used to accompany an event. Not today. Photography is always around.
There are two types of ‘self shot’ seen on Facebook. One tries to properly point the camera from the end of an outstretched arm. The other is shot at a mirror with the camera casually held to the side. Neither existed pre-digital.
The mirror shot makes the bathroom our most photographed indoor location!
Here’s a quick summary of some of my friends’ thought tonight.
The guy who took this picture said his hand was unsteady because he just smoked weed. LMAO!!!!
So proud of my Jr. Pee Wee Cheerleaders tonight.
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Ok woman, you know you messed up you can fix it or get the hell gone. Either way I’m good.
Good night, I can’t keep my eyes open any more…this farming is exhausting!
If I didn’t enjoy I wouldn’t come back.
¹ – This offer applies exclusively to people. I usually resist friending businesses.